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Archive for April, 2016

Archive for April, 2016

2016-2017 Youth Theater Season

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Beck Center for the Arts proudly announces the 2016-2017 Youth Theater season presented by the Mort and Iris November Philanthropic Fund. Tickets are available now, excluding AARGH! Please check back for their release.

Our 2016 – … Read More

2016-2017 Theater Season

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“There is no better example of the glorious mash-up of a Beck Center for the Arts season than the offerings of 2016-2017″ – The Plain Dealer Click here to read the article!

Beck Center’s 2016-2017 Season will … Read More

Sign Choir Performances

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Beck Center’s Sign Choir is Performing “For Good” in May!

Beck Center’s Sign Choir is an inclusive choir for individuals with and without special needs. The program is designed to encourage teamwork and build friendships, while … Read More

Student Art Exhibit 2016

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Beck Center is pleased to present the annual Adult & Student Exhibition
April 22 – May 22 | Jean Bulicek Galleria

Join us as we celebrate the creativity of our visual arts students ages 5 to … Read More

Scott and Pat are the BEST!

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This election is a little different than what we are seeing on the news…but the votes are in and Beck Center’s Artistic Director Scott Spence and Graphic Designer/Actor Pat Miller have received the distinction of … Read More

Kim Abkemeir Ballet Workshop Series

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Ballet Workshop Series with Kim Abkemeier

Back by Popular Demand!

April 24 | May 1 ONLY
Gallery Dance Studio, Main Building
Ages 9-15 & 13+ | Cost: $15 Per Class

 

12:15-1:30 pm: Advanced Beginning/Intermediate Ballet, Ages 9-15 [Two years of previous … Read More

Beck Alum O’Malley in ‘Hamilton’

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A big congratulations to Beck Center Youth Theater Alum Rory O’Malley, who was cast in the Broadway smash-hit Hamilton. Rory has taken over the role of King George III, replacing Jonathan Groff. His first performance … Read More

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